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Thursday, May 7, 2015

Book Review: Cat’s Lair (A Leopard Novel, Book Seven) by Christine Feehan

Cat’s Lair (A Leopard Novel, Book Seven)
by Christine Feehan

May 5, 2015
Jove Books
448 pages
Cat Benoit has finally escaped the past—and the man who was the source of her nightmares. She’s off the grid, underground but watchful, and creating a new life for herself in Texas, far from the torrid dangers of her native New Orleans. She’s safe. He’ll never find her this time. Cat has to believe that. It’s the only thing keeping her sane.

Yet she can’t escape the attention of Ridley Cromer, the instructor at the martial arts dojo where Cat takes lessons. She arouses the animal in Ridley—and something feral comes to life when their body heat rises. Cat is in no position to let her guard down with anyone, especially someone who could be endangered by her past. But Ridley has secrets of his own—secrets only Cat would understand. If she dares to trust him.

Catarina Benoit has escaped from wereleopard and drug lord Rafe Cordeau in New Orleans and settled in Texas, working making coffee at Poetry Slam, a coffeehouse/bookstore. One night she notices a good looking man, Ridley Cromer, hired to teach at the dojo she works out at. Passion flares between them, though Cat fights to ignore it. Since she never knows when Rafe might find her, she cannot be attracted to any man for their own safety. One day, the police bring her in, trying to get her to testify against Rafe, but she refuses. She learns that Ridley is not who he seems when she finds him there at the police station. Trouble is, secrets or not, he may be the only one to save her from Rafe who is coming, thanks to the DEA letting loose a tip to him, so they can arrest him.

Hold on tight for the sexy, feral ride of your life with this intensely erotic paranormal romance story where shapeshifters bring both danger and hot sex.

I give Cat’s Lair (A Leopard Novel, Book Seven) four sheep.

Pamela K. Kinney

About the Author:
I write every day and have done so since I was old enough to pick up a pen. (I spent a lot of time getting in trouble at school for writing instead of doing the things I was supposed to do.) Once I create my characters, I try very hard to have them react to situations as they really would. Sometimes I have preconceived ideas of what I would like them to do, but they don't mind me, because it would be out of character for them. They take on a life of their own. Sometimes when I throw difficult situations at them in the hopes I'll get a certain reaction and they don't do what I want, I complain bitterly to my husband and he laughs at me. Still, it is important to me to have them be real, not perfect people, so they make mistakes we lesser mortals might make.

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